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hi, i have a question regarding "additional follow up"

someone emailed me a following sentence

"I have spoken with Sue. I have some additional follow up on my end, but will come back to you as soon as I can."

I would like to know whether the sender means he will talk to Sue again or he may talk to someone else involved before contact me.
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The second seems the most likely interpretation. It may also be that something Sue has said means that he has more information.
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Hi,

Just a small comment.

The common expression is will get back to you , rather than will come back to you.

Clive
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